Alternative fuels for diesel engines : from lignin and cellulose

L. Zhou, B. Heuser, M.D. Boot, F. Kremer, L.P.H. Goey, de, S. Pischinger

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For current anisole blends (Blend #2~Blend #5), the engine cannot operate at the low loads point (n=1200r/min, IMEP=2.6 bar) due to their lower CN. ¿ Compare with the blends of DnBE and 2-MTHF), anisole blends lead to higher efficiency with a bit increasing of PM emission, while they bring higher HC and CO emission. ¿ The ignition quality has been improved in an anisole blend by adding DnBE , in which the PM emissions are also deceased, especially in higher loads points.
Originele taal-2Engels
StatusGepubliceerd - 2014

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Alternative fuels
Lignin
Ignition
Diesel engines
Cellulose
Engines

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Proceedings of the 2nd TMFB International Conference, 16-18 June 2014, Aachen, Germany

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